PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Antichrist, Order Of The Solar Temple, Deindividuation

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6 Dec 2012
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One of the oldest areas of social psychology. Film - quiet rage: the stanford prison experiment (zimbardo: how groups affect us. Destructive groups ( cults : conformity: film - obedience (milgram) Differentiating elements of non-social vs. social groups: Groups have social norms to guide our group and behavior set of behaviours that is essentially prescribed to all group members. Vary in level of group cohesiveness based on the level of cohesiveness, affects of the social group and group processes are stronger or weaker. Guide a lot of our behaviour and a lot of our processing. We may belong to multiple groups that have their own set of norms: the norms may or may not conflict, but the current group"s norms matter for behaviour. A group"s prescriptions for the behaviour, values, and beliefs of its members: group members are expected to conform to these norms, members who deviate from norms are punished or rejected.

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